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under way in the murder trial of a philadelphia abortion provider. dr. kermit gosnell has been accused of killing four babies born alive after botched abortions. marley hall reports from philadelphia that gosnell could get the death penalty if he's convicted. >> reporter: lawyers in the murder trial after philadelphia abortion provider arrived at court this morning where jurors are set to begin deliberating the fate of dr. kermit gosnell. the 72-year-old veteran doctor is accused of cutting the spinal cords of four babies born alive following illegislate-term abortions. he's also accused of killing a 41-year-old patient during a 2009 procedure. during closing arts yesterday, prosecutors wheeled out a filthy table to show jurors conditions inside the clinic he ran for 30 years, a place they called a house of horrors. but gosnell's lawyer argued the babies were already dead and the patient's deft was an accident. -- death was an accident. they accused prosecutors of sensationalizing the case to make headlines. >> house of horrors it was not and that was the evidence we argued. >> reporte
of the mother is at stake. however, this doctor, gosnell, offered illegal abortions killing an unknown number of viable fetuses. his criteria wasn't the life or health of the mother but whether they could pay in cash. it's gruesome to think about, but he did it by snipping their spinal cords with a pair of scissors. he was not certified and is now on trial on eight counts of murder. he faces the death penalty. three years ago, they raided the medical center looking for drug sales. what they found when they entered that clinic was utterly horrifying. blood on the floors, a flea-infested cat moaning the halls, moaning, semi-conscious patients. the evidence presented in this grand jury report, 281 pages of it, is sickening. according to a police detective, the doctor stated that as many as 20 pnts of the fetuses he aborted were probably older than 24 weeks. page 5 of the grand jury report details the live delivery in killing of a 7 1/2 month old baby. big enough, the doctor allegedly said, to walk me to the bus stop. page five of 20081 pages. there is more on every page detailing the unlicensed,
of the senate? >> inside of the courtroom of the abortion murder trial of dr. gosnel . a tribute to legendary singer george jones. ♪ >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [ applause ] >> thank you. thank you very much. great audience here in new york . welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. this week, the faa implemented absurd lay offs in the air trafficking control so president obama could punish people. he blamed republicans, of course. the cost of the politically driven delays near the billions shared by airlines who are barely making a profit and the traveling public who are losing time and money and missing appointments and time with their family. the president did the only thing he is really good at. placing blame until congress stepped in and fixed it. being president ought to be about shepherding solution. he has shirked responsibility to play a blame game that has no winner and has 300 million american people. he had a defeat and he didn't attempt to hide visible anger. >> so all in all, it ape shameful day for washington. >> well, it employees
that gosnel is innocent as to the other four charges. if convicted gosnel could face the death penalty. dozens of witnesses testified about conditions at the clinic detailing numerous instances of late term babies being born following abortion procedures showing, they said, signs of life and then being killed by having their spinal cords snipped. planned parenthood of southeastern pennsylvania is quoted saying gosnell committed, quote, criminal horrendous acts and should be appropriately punished. gosnell's patients showed up and complained about what they had seen. steinberg never indicated that her employees ever reported anything but we encouraged them to report it to the department of health. prosecutors found that the health department had not inspected gosnell's clinic in 17 years even after the death of two patients. closing arguments will begin monday. >> reporter: today the white house says that president obama has canceled plans to speak in washington on thursday night. he will speak to the organization's supporters at a smaller event friday morning. bret. >> shannon, thank you. a pr
the ongoing murder trial in philadelphia that captured national attention in which dr. kermit gosnell, an abortion provider, has pleaded not guilty to charges he killed four live born babies by snipping their spines and also caused the death of a patient allegedly medicated by untrained staff. >> when we're hearing lurid details of this doctor being held on trial for infant aide and the testimony coming out is really gripping, for the president not to even comment at all and then to go and speak in front of the world's largest abortionists is really troubling. >> mr. obama had sharp words for those state legislatures like north dakota's that have enacted restrictions on abortion rights. last month the governor signed into law a measure that bans all abortions in the state, even in the case of rape, if a fetal heartbeat can be detected. in kansas, republican governor sam brownback signed into law a measure that banned certain abortions and codifies life begins at fertilization. >> when you read about some of these laws, you want to check the calendar and make sure you're still living i
on behalf of kermit gosnell. the philadelphia abortion doctor accused of killing multiple babies who were born alive at his clinic. described in the 300 page grand jury report as a place of horror. the defense attorney jack machine man successfully persuaded the judge to throw out several of the charges against gosnell. including three first-degree murder charges. mcmahon had argued that the evidence presented by the prosecution didn't support the legal case against gosnell saying, quote: there is not one piece of objective scientific evidence that anyone was born alive at gosnell's clinic. the remaining charges are significant. including four first-degree murder charges that could subject gosnell to the death penalty. the defense continues that the new independent online documentary outline what is led up to the criminal case against gosnell. the film, 3801 lancaster, a reference to the clinic's address includes interviews from former gosnell patients who describe dirty, bloody conditions patients who, quote looked half dead. along with prosecutors looking into what was going on at the c
gosnell. closing arguments on monday. i will be there. this is a tricky, dicey issue. he has been consistent about supporting women. planned parenthood is not sending the right message now, on record saying a logistical issue. if you have a baby alive on the table, reminding me of that trial. the system about a baby alive on the counter for 20 minutes before the baby was killed. >> eric: bob, what about it? the president, clearly on the schedule before the gosnell trial was ongoing. >> bob: let me say one thing. that woman who testified should not have testified that way. and i'm sure planned parenthood feels that way. but one point. one in five women in america, one in five go to planned parenthood for healthcare every year. the idea of beating up on planned parenthood because they're just an abortion clinic is wrong. they do a lot of things, pap smear and breast cancer studies. you are beating up on a group that has been around for a long time and done good work. >> greg: saying you go to planned parenthood for cancer screening is like saying you go to the bar for the free peanu
and actions of dr. gosnell, an abortion provider, to be brutal and bar barrack. mr. stockman: his method of killing babies are commonly used by clinics across the nation. mr. williams: it takes the lives of over one million unborn children each year in the united states. this is a violent act that is entirely unjustifiable. i am a firm believer that every human being is created in god's own image, every life is precious and we have an obligation to protect life at every stage. it's time we get rid of this gruesome procedure once and for all, and i hope and pray that the president will consider it before more innocent lives are taken. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. for what purpose does the gentlewoman from texas rise? without objection, the gentlewoman is recognized for one minute. mr. speaker, i rise today to pay tribute to one of the greatest labor leaders that i've known and to honor the memory and mourn the loss of ronnie raspberry of houston, texas. i rise to pay tribute to him as a champion of working people, one of the great community leaders in
carrying a 30-week-old baby. and received notice of the 41-year-old woman's death for which gosnell faces a murder charge. none of that got the department of health to investigate. the grand jury report states in 1993, because of political reasons, the department of health stopped inspecting all abortion clinics in the state. other agencies also failed to properly investigate. the pennsylvania department of state, through its board of medicine, received a complaint a decade ago from a former employee of dr. gosnell, and according to the grand jury report, laid out the whole scope of his operation, the unclean, unsterile conditions, the unlicensed workers, the unsupervised sedation, and the underaged abortion patients. they did assign an investigator who interviewed dr. gosnell, but incredibly they never inspected his clinic. the complaint was eventually dismissed. the clinic was finally shut down not because of botched abortions, but because of drugs. the fbi raided the office because of illegal prescriptions of oxycontin and other painkillers that brought him hundreds of thousands of dol
to those reports. >> bill: factor follow up segment tonight. murder trial of dr. curtis gosnell continued in philadelphia. the judge displisd three of the charges against him because the prosecution could not prove that three babies were born alive before gosnell killed them. in a gruesome way. but gosnell is still charged with murdering four other babies and also a woman who died during an abortion he performed. but if you are watching the network it v news in the evening, you probably don't know before cure met gosnell because they are not covering him to any extent. angry about that 72 members of congress have written three separate letters to the network news chiefs expressing outrage at the lack of coverage joining us now from washington marcia blackburn from tennessee. what do the letters say in essence? >> what we have done is asked for clarification as to their choices to not cover this. what we would like to know is is the reasoning behind that we think this is a terribly disturbing issue. bill, what wield like to know is are they not covering it because it is poor women in minor
gosnell. he is charged with almost 300 counts, including first and third degree murder, involuntary manslaughter, conspiracy, and racketeering. the judge cautioned the jury to ignore portions of monday's emotional closing arguments. please join us friday at 9:00 p.m. eastern for fox news reporting special, see no evil. the kermit gosnell case. one of the issues raised in the gosnell trial has been that of regulating abortion clinics. correspondent molly hennebergs has that story tonight. >> dr. kermit gosnell's west abortion clinic is is not the only one that's gotten the attention of authorities. over the past three years, 15 states have started investigations into abortion clinics. according to news and court sources. the allegations range from unsanitary conditions to unsafe medical practices to the deaths of women coming to get abortions. pro-life groups contend that veterinary clinics often have stricter state requirements than abortion clinics. and say their efforts to make sure abortion clinics are regulated offensive are met with resistance. >> even when there are laws on th
. this was not good timing for the president, especially in light of the abortion trial going on with dr. gosnell. closing arguments oner monday. this is a very tricky, dicey issue for him politically. yes, he was always consistenti about supporting women, but planneds parenthood is not sendingt the right message. being on record saying ai logistical issue when you got a baby alive on the trial, and it's reminding me about the trial, a baby alive on the counter for 20 minutes before he was killed. >> bob, what about it? what about the president,t clearly it was on his schedule before the gosnell trial was ongoing. -- >> let me say one thing. that woman who testified should not have testified that way and i'm sure planned parenthood feels sorry for that. for that one in five women in america, one in five that go to planned parenthood for health care and the idea of beating up on planned parenthood because they are just an abortion clinic wrong. they do aus lot of things, breat cancer studies, i mean, you're beating up on a group that's been around for a long time, done good work. >> saying you go
in the kermit gosnell trial pro-life groups demonstrating outside the white house. >> we pray o god. >> prayed the jurors would find the philadelphia abortion doctor accused of killing babies born alive at his clinic guilty of first degree murder. but gosnell defense attorney jack mcmahon reminded jurors that this case which he dubbed a quote elitist and racist prosecution is not about whether gosnell does abortions, which are legal but about whether he killed live babies following botched abortions. he reminded jurors, quote. if you think that that baby was alive, it might have been alive, it could have been alive, that's reasonable doubt. we don't convict people on maybes, could be, i think sos, if you do, you are violating your oath. the opening and closing arguments represent the only case gosnell's defense attorney has actually made to jurors. opting not to call a single witness following five weeks and more than 30 witnesses in the prosecution's case. today assistant district attorney ed cammeron showed jurors a picture of so-called baby a. the one gosnell allegedly said it was so big it
. an important day in the murder trial of kermit gosnell. kimberly was in the courtroom, that's her, and will tell us what happened. you will not hear these details anywhere else ahead on "the five." ♪ >>> closing arguments in the gruesome capital murder trial of kermit gosnell charged with killing four babies born alive and one adult patient during a botched abortion at his philadelphia cline -- clinic referred to as some as the house of horrors. if convicted gosnell could face the death penalty. as you know i have been reporting on this trial and i was in the courtroom to hear the closing arguments presented. most importantly i heard the closing argument by jack mcmahon who is the defense attorney for mr. gosnell. what is surprising is he pulled out the race card saying the only reason big government was coming after this man was he was african-american and trying to help poor, urban women. i don't think that went over well from the jury from the reactions i saw. eric, the whole trial he has been saying this is a rush to judgment. he used that statement again today saying they w
and eventually you become the great gray god. >> brown: and judy woodruff looks into the trial of kermit gosnell-- the philadelphia abortion doctor accused of eight counts of murder. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> brown: the chechen-american teenager accused in the boston marathon bombings now faces a possible death sentence. the filing of charges today officially moved the case into the federal courts, even as the city began returning to normal. dzhokhar tsarnaev was arraigned this morning, at boston's beth israel deaconess hospital, where he remained in serio
in philadelphia began hearing testimony in the case of doctor kermit gosnell more than a month ago. but over the past two weeks, the trial has received more coverage from national news organizations after both sides of the abortion debate began fighting over its significance. gosnell is being tried on eight counts of murder-- seven of them for allegedly killing babies that prosecutors say were born alive and viable. the eighth count is for his role in the death of an immigrant from bhutan. attorneys say she died of an overdose from a sedative she was given. the case stems from an f.b.i. raid on his philadelphia clinic in 2010. investigators found horrific conditions and say he performed some abortions after the 24-week legal limit in pennsylvania. gosnell's defense is scheduled to begin this week and observers are waiting to see if he will testify. reporter mary claire dale of the associated press has covered the trial since it began. she joins us tonight from philadelphia. welcome to the program. mary claire dale, first of all, tell us what are the charges against dr. gosnell. >> good eveni
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the gentleman from indiana seek recognition? without objection. >> thank you, mr. speaker. kermit gosnell is a real life han balance lecter. he operated an abortion clinic that severed the neck of hundreds of babies and stuffed their bodies into freezers, plastic bags, and cat food tins. soon a jury in pennsylvania will decide his fate. mr. speaker, the gosnell case must give us a moment of reflection how 40 years of abortion on demand seared our national conscience and given euphemisms like choice. more than ,000 unborn children die in abortion clinics every day in this country. while none of these deaths attract the headlines of the gosnell case, each loss is a tragedy. mr. stutzman: each of these defenseless babies are just as innocent as gosnell's victims. just as human as you and i and precious as our own children. there is no moral distinction between killing a baby five minutes after birth or ending her life five minutes or even five days before delivery. in the coming weeks more questions will be asked. who referred patients to gosnell's house of horrors? and what can be learned f
that philadelphia abortion doctor kermit gosnell will not testify or call witnesses. at his own capital murder trial. the defense just rested, wow. up next, we will take a look at that development and the growing debate over president obama's decision to be the keynote speaker at a planned parenthood event thisweek after new reports suggest that that group knew about some of the horrors playing out at that abortion clinic and did nothing to stop it. next. for all kinds of reasons. i go to angie's list to gauge whether or not the projects will be done in a timely fashion and within budget. angie's list members can tell you which provider is the best in town. you'll find reviews on everything from home repair to healthcare. now that we're expecting, i like the fact that i can go onto angie's list and look for pediatricians. the service providers that i've found on angie's list actually have blown me away. join today and find out why over 1 million members count on angie's list. angie's list -- reviews you can trust. >> megyn: fox news alert. moments ago the associated press reporting that the defense
his attempts at abortion in his clinic. kermit gosnell is facing the death penalty if he is convicted. the case against him focuses on whether these infants were actually born alive and then killed or terminated in utero. the horrifying details surfacing at his trial are now raising new questions about regulations at abortion clinics nationwide. molly henneberg has the story live from washington. >> reporter: yes, megyn. fox can confirm what you just said, that yes, the jury does indeed have the case. now the waiting game begins for their verdict. as far as the regulations, kermit gosnell's abortion clinic is not the only one that has gotten authorities' attention. over the past three years, 15 states have started investigations into clinics. the allegations and in some cases charges range from uncierrunsanitary conditions toe medical practices to deaths of women coming to get abortions. prolife groups say their efforts to regulate abortion clinics are often met with resistance. >> even when there are laws on the books, they have to be enforced. what we find is that women's health has
line remains this is a murder case. let's keep our heads around that. originally dr. kermit gosnell was charged with seven counts of first-degree murder for killing babies that were allegedly born alive and viable. today a judge threw out three of the seven murder charges. the judge did not explain his reasoning. reports indicated he did not hear sufficient evidence the three babies he took out were actually born viable and then killed. gosnell is also charged with third-degree murder in the 2009 death of an abortion patient. he's accused of overdosing during the procedure. prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for gosnell in the death of the infants. joining me is radio talk show host, msnbc contributor michael smerconish, and ilyse hogue. president of naral, pro-choice america. i want to put a couple things in perspective, michael. you are a lawyer from pennsylvania. you know your stuff and you know this case. ever since 1976 in pennsylvania, we've only had three executions for murder one. so this is a unique case, the fact we're even talking about it. michael, put it in that
of philadelphia about this gosnell murder case. it is an abortion clinic. the stories that have come out of that clinic are graphic and horrific and they are hard to read. i've got to say after reading them, you know, i felt -- i felt as repulse after i read the details of newtown. what is going on down there? >> well, you're correct. it's a horrific case. probably the most horrific i've seen until something worse comes along. essentially you have a doctor gosnell who has been sort of a fixture in west philadelphia for decades running a family practice and also doing abortions on the side. in 2010, there's a state/federal task force investigating prescription drug abuse. they go on a raid of his clinic at 30th and lancaster and instead of the drugs, they find a clinic providing late-term abortions. he is eventually charged by a philadelphia grand jury with seven counts of murder involving fetuses which were born alive and then killed by dr. gosnell, allegedly, with a pair of s sissors and snipping their spine and charged with killing a 41-year-old virginia woman come up for abortion and
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on kermit gosnell born alive at his clinic. kimberly has breaking news on the courtroom action next. >> kimberly: the defense rested its case in the trial of philadelphia doctor kermit gosnell today after calling no witnesses. closing arguments are set to begin monday and the jury could get the case as early as tuesday. meanwhile. yesterday judge jeffrey mine heart threw out three of the 8 murder counts against gosnell. so, eric, people were surprised that the judge did. this then we were examining perhaps some kind of evidence, some kind of witnesses to it be presented during the defense case. the defense attorney jack mcmahon rested didn't call dr. gosnell which i said he wouldn't. cross-examination. he couldn't get experts to testify on his client's behalf. >> what's his high water mark. what does the defense have to do prove that there is at least a questionable doubt whether or not any of the babies were actually born with a heart beat? is that what he is looking for? >> with respect to the count of the babies to say that there is reasonable doubt as to whether or not the babie
's a trial against dr. customer met gosnel. closing arguments were heard today. in a word, the case is horrific. he's charged with killing four babies, allegedly born alive and in the overdose death of a 41-year-old patient. the grand jury report says he illegally delivered live, viable babies in the third trimester of pregnancy and then murdered these newborns. let me be very clear. what this man allegedly did was beyond reprehensible if guilty. if guilty, this monster deserves the justice coming to him. but the right is now exploiting this horrible case to attack women's rights. >> i think what you're going to see is people will focus on, yes, the regulations but also ending federal funding of abortion and that will come back in to may. >> ending federal funding for abortion? this is not the answer. with no legal right to an abortion, poor women are left to the gosnels of the world. these are the kind of butchs that you get when the right to choose is taken away. this is the dirty politics of the right playing and we can't let it happen. we can't let them play this to its logical
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of abortion doctor kermit gosnell. prosecution rested thursday after one last dose of the graphic testimony that has characterized proceeding. molly henneberg has our story which you may find disturbing. >> medical assistant, the 36th and final prosecution witness in the murder trial of dr. kermit gosnell told the jury what it has heard from multiple witnesses in this case, that babies who survived abortions were killed. cross says she saw one baby born into a toilet during an abortion, quote, swimming a bit, trying to move its arms and legs to get out. that baby, she said, then had its spine cut. gosnell, who ran an abortion clinic in west philadelphia, is charged with first-degree murder of seven babies and third degree murder in the drug overdose death of a patient. prosecutors say he trained employees to sever the baby's spinal cords with scissors. cross testified she saw one baby breathing after an abortion. quote, i saw the baby's chest caving in and out. linda pulled the baby's hand and the baby pulled its hand back. talking there about linda wells, who pled guilty to third degree mu
in bags, jars and freezers in this clinic. gosnell is charged with first-degree murder for killing four babies after they survived abortions and third-degree murder after they survived one of his patients. he said if he can have the baby's bodies after all the court proceedings are finished? >> these are not just medical waste. these are human bodies, real human beings were killed. so there are two reasons here. one is that to properly honor these children of course, who have been dishonored by what dr. gosnell did. secondly to alert the public to raise the consciousness we're talking about real killings here. >> reporter: father pavone said the medical examiner said he would get back to him. he also asked the judge in the case if he could meet with dr. gosnell and plans to ask gosnell if he would be willing to talk. in the courtroom today the defense resumes its case. yesterday gosnell's attorney convinced the judge to throw out three of the seven first-degree murder charges against gosnell saying the prosecution had not proved those three babies are born alive after abortions. jon? >>
to be an american. abortion dr. kermit gosnell faces the death penalty for the gruesome killings of seven babies after they were born alive and one woman died from being given too much anesthesia. according to testimony from former employees, gosnell ordered them to brutally kill dozens of babies. we've been talking about the capital murder trial since it started a few weeks ago if you few others followed suit. a local reporter snapped a picture of the courtroom during the trial. see the empty seats? they're reserved for the media to cover kermit gosnell's trial. this is to cover sensational trials, whether it's drew peterson, jodi arias, o.j. simpson, the list on as on it goes. you have to wonder why has there been such a response of nothingness on the part of the media for one of the outrageous acts of horrendous crime that we've seen in our lifetime? i wouldn't go into the details to tell you how gruesome these murders have been, but suffice it to say, i think the mainstream media has a lot to explain as to why they haven't covered this trial. because there's plenty there, for us to be talkin
burning question is whether gosnell will be called to testify. here is gosnell defending his medical practice in 2010. >> i know that i have done my very best to provide the very best of responsive care to my patients. if you are not making mistakes you are not attempting to do something. so i think my patients are aware i do my very best by them. the standard i share with everyone and i frequently say that i provide the same care i would want my daughter to receive. >> unbelievable. >> i mean let me tell you something, it is nothing short of a sickening and appalling having been in that courtroom. for him to say this and knowing what he has been accused of and the evidence is there for 31 years of this practice, eric, it is shocking. >> a despicable man. he could be worst -- the most evil human being that has walked the earth. he is being charged in the murder of seven babies and a mom. who knows how many he really killed. >> right. >> earlier on fox i saw someone, a pregnant woman who went to see dr. gosnell who when she heard the heartbeat of the fetus and she said she shea didn't
in the murder trial of dr. kermit gosnell saying he made millions performing late term abortions and allege some of the babies were born alive. in his closing arguments today mcmahon called the description of gosnel's clinic as -- the prosecution is seeking the death penalty in this case. the case has entered the political arena and reignited the debate over abortion. antiabortion groups criticized the president's addressed planned parenthood fundraiser saying it seems like nothing is enough to make president obama reconsider unyielding support for planned parenthood. joining me now radio talk show host thank you. you have written about this case and talked a lot about it. you recently wrote about the media coverage. you have some organizations who tried to put the media in the box saying they are ignoring the trial as a bias. what is your take here? >> i don't see it. the trial is now in its seventh week and took until about mid stream until the national media started to kick in. what i think is significant is if there was ignorance of the case from the left there was equal ignorance of the cas
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